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Neuchatel lake

Neuchatel lake

Lake of Neuchatel is the bigest lake entirely in Switzerland. Geneva lake is shared with France and Konstance lake is shared with Germany. The lake receives the Orbe River, the Arnon, the Areuse, and the Mentue. The canal of Thielle drains the lake into Lake Biel-Bienne and is part of regulation system for the lakes and the rivers of the Seeland region. Lake Neuchâtel was the home of the now extinct species of deepwater trout Salvelinus neocomensis.  

Waterfall of the Dard in winter

Waterfall of the Dard in winter

The waterfall of the Dard is 19 meter hight. This little river has a particuliarity. The water can flow into the Mediterranean and the North Sea. You can go to the waterfall from Romainmoutier or Croy (15mn) or from La Sarraz (1 hour walking).  The name of Dar cames form celtic language. Dar means river that makes waterfall. In winter after days with temperature below zero degree it is a spendid spectacle that we can see. You can admire iciles…

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Chexbres and Geneva lake

Chexbres and Geneva lake

Chexbres is located at 565 m, 12 km east-southeast of the capital of the canton of Lausanne. The village covers an area east of the Forestay river, in Lavaux, a scenic location about 200 m above the lake level of Lake Geneva.